Patrick Coffee

Patrick Coffee

Patrick Coffee is a senior editor for Adweek, where he specializes in covering agencies, brands and industry trends. He is editor of Adweek's AgencySpy blog and Industry Bulletin.

72andSunny Lays Off 5% of U.S. Staff

The move affects the agency's New York and Los Angeles offices.

Coors Light Goes Into Review With Incumbent 72andSunny Sitting Out the Pitch

Michelle St. Jacques became MillerCoors' first female CMO in January.

Publicis to Merge Global Media Networks Spark Foundry and Blue 449

Blue 449 retains the domestic brand in 3 key regions: the U.S., the U.K. and France.

YouTube Announces New Policies in Response to Advertisers’ Child Safety Concerns

The Google-owned company sent a letter to brands, agencies and influencers.

15 Classic Campaigns From African-American Creatives That Helped Shape Advertising

From the '70s to today, this work impacted culture.

Cannes Lions Parent Company Ascential Looks to Rebuild After Revenue Dip Due to Publicis ‘Boycott’

MediaLink and the festival are 'making good progress,' said Ascential CEO Duncan Painter.

What Does It Take to Be One of Adweek’s Media Agencies of the Year?

For OMD, Initiative and Essence, our 2019 honorees, fearlessness was key.

How Global Media Agency of the Year OMD Clawed Its Way Back to the Top After Falling So Far

Nontraditional staff changes and a comprehensive commitment to making 'better decisions, faster' were just part of it.

Can YouTube Ever Be Completely Safe for Advertisers?

This week underlined the inherent flaws of user-generated content portals as a sanctuary for advertisers.

BMF Co-Owner Sues Agency for Allegedly Demoting Her After Learning She Was Pregnant

A lawsuit claims the experiential shop cut evp Ashley Berg's salary by 35%.